130 ft2 / 16 ft2 = 8.125 tiles
16x16 square feet = 256 square feet, so two tiles will suffice.
675 of them. Get extra for breakage.
150 16x16" tiles; you'll have a small part of one tile left over.
Assuming you mean 16x16 inches tiles... 441 tiles would cover the area exactly
Two tiles of 16 ft*16 ft will cover 512 square feet.
64 nos tiles is required calculation is
178 Tiles If the square footage is the actual room size you add 10% for wastee
16x16 ft = 256 square feet = 36,864 square inches.
100 + 10-15% = 110 - 115 pcs
Multiply the two dimensions to get the area. The calculation will give you 256 square feet.
16*16=256 sq ft -that is one large tile!!! 335/256=1.03... so you will need two tiles??? You might want to rephrase this question because I've never heard of a 16X16 square feet tile.
Multiply width by length to get the area. The answer would be 256 square feet or 28.45 square yards.
1 tile = 1.77 of a square foot, 240 Sq.Ft. divided by 1.77 = 135.5 tiles ok
One 16 X 16 inch tile is approximately 1.78 Sq. Ft. So the answer is 85 tiles. Get extra for breakage.
31 Get 35 for breakage.
How many square feet will a ton of salt cover?
Depends on how much overlap there is with neighboring tiles, and if you need part-tiles at the sides etc. At least 120 at a guess.
It depends on the units used to measure the pavers: inches, centimetres, cubits, etc. It is not possible to answer the question without that information.
How much 16x16 of ceramic tile is required to cover a 170 square foot kitchen floor
256 sq in = 1.7777 sq ft ea X 56 tiles = 115.55 sq ft area to cover
First I would convert 16x16 inch tiles in feet 16x16 inch tiles = 1.25x1.25 feet tiles To calculate the square feet that one tile takes up multiply 1.25 x 1.25 1.25 x 1.25 = 1.5625 sq feet Now calculate 190/1.5625 to find the number of tiles that can fit in 190 square feet 190/1.5625 = 121.6 You will need 121-122 square tiles
To cover 345 square feet with 16x16 tiles , you need at least 195 tiles (194 and 1/16 exactly). 345 square feet x 144 square inches/sq ft = 49680 square inches 16 x 16 = 256 square inches per tile 49680 / 256 = 194.0625 It could take more because you may have to use large fractional tiles on edges, and some may break.
If the dimensions are in feet then 16 times 16 = 256 square feet
Tiles that are two feet on a side cover 4 square feet. 378 of them cover 1512 square feet.
A bundle of Shingles will cover roughly 33 square feet. A square of Shingles (3 Bundles) will cover 100 square feet.